The longest-running photography event in Southeast Asia, the annual Angkor Photo Festival and Workshops is in its twelfth year. Taking place from 3-10 December this year, it is a free international platform and educational resource for established and emerging photographers.

Call for Submissions for the Festival Programme
The organisers wish to announce a new addition to the programming this year. As the landscape of storytelling has evolved with digital technology, they are now accepting multimedia submissions for all categories.

Programme Coordinator, Françoise Callier says, “When the right balance between photography, video and audio is found, the strength of the testimony can be further revealed in a more spirited way”.

There are two submission categories. The ‘Open’ category accepts work on all topics and issues, and the ‘The Impact Project’ seeks stories on individuals, groups, or small organisations working to make a difference in Cambodia.

Submission is free and open to all nationalities.

Submission Deadline: 5pm (GMT+7), June 15, 2016.

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Call for Applications for the Professional Workshops, launches May 1

The Angkor Photo Workshops is an annual, tuition-free professional workshop aimed at nurturing emerging Asian photographic talent. Each year, 30 participants are selected from across the region to join us in Siem Reap, Cambodia, where they are provided first-hand training and invaluable one-on-one guidance by international professional photographers.

The workshop is open to photographers of all Asian nationalities, with no age restrictions. Application is free.

Submissions Deadline: 5pm (GMT+7), July 1, 2016.

For more information and details,